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  Volume 60, Number 1, Spring 2014

Table of Contents

General Issue


Paraliterary Labors in Sylvia Plath's The Bell Jar: Typists, Teachers, and the Pink-Collar Subtext

pp. 1-27

An "Unworkable Compound": Ireland and Empire in "Eveline"

pp. 28-51

Clarissa and the Coolies' Wives: Mrs. Dalloway Figuring Transnational Feminism

pp. 52-77

Enchanting Modernism: Mary Butts, Decadence, and the Ethics of Occultism

pp. 78-107

Dangerous Return: The Narratives of Jurisgenesis in Faulkner's Requiem for a Nun

pp. 108-137

Nazi Children, Christian Anti-Semitism, and the New Atheist in William Styron's Sophie's Choice

pp. 138-164

"Common People": Realism, Class Difference, and the Male Domestic Sphere in Nick Hornby's Collision with Britpop

pp. 165-184

Immigration and Amnesia: Andrew X. Pham's Catfish and Mandala: A Two-Wheeled Voyage Through the Landscape and Memory of Vietnam

pp. 185-203

Book Reviews

Obscure Invitations: The Persistence of the Author In Twentieth-Century American Literature by Benjamin Widiss (review)

pp. 205-207

The Deliverance of Others: Reading Literature in a Global Age by David Palumbo-Liu (review)

pp. 208-209

Black Internationalist Feminism: Women Writers of the Black Left, 1955-1995 by Cheryl Higashida (review)

pp. 210-212

Pluralist Universalism: An Asian Americanist Critique of U.S. and Chinese Multiculturalism by Wen Jin (review)

pp. 212-215

Secrecy and Sapphic Modernism: Reading Romans à Clef Between the Wars by Sashi Nair (review)

pp. 215-218

Reading the Ruins: Modernism, Bombsites and British Culture by Leo Mellor (review)

pp. 218-221


pp. 222-223

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